Wednesday, September 07, 2016
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is one of the most popular Android smartphones of all time, and certainly the most successful phone Samsung. However, this is not the highest spec machine. Together with the Galaxy Note Samsung Galaxy Nexus has the highest requirements when it comes to many of its properties. In this article compare some of the main features of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Nexus, so you can decide which is the best smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was a collaboration between Samsung and Google display the latest version 4.0 of Android, "Ice Cream Sandwich" called. However, the Samsung Galaxy S2 comes with the earlier version "Gingerbread" installed. The screen is undoubtedly the Galaxy Nexus crown. This gives you the ability to display HD videos, photos and games are top quality. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has a screen resolution qHD (800 × 480), which, although impressive, is still so short of what the Galaxy Nexus.

Probably the most disappointing feature of the Nexus (at least on paper) is a camera. With a 5-megapixel resolution, which is below what one would expect from a mobile phone with a new operating system and high-definition screen. Despite its seemingly low resolution camera is to capture also capable of video images in 1080p high definition that is shared one characteristic with the Samsung Galaxy S2, although it is not expected that the device has an 8-megapixel camera.

Both devices are combined in various properties; both have a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, so you expect a great performance of both devices. Equally impressive is the data download speed while surfing the internet on a g3 connection; to 21 megabytes per second, they are among the navigation phones available in faster Internet.

The Galaxy S2 was, while the Galaxy Nexus on the market in November 2011. As the Galaxy Nexus was released in April 2011, the time had already caught in the sale of the Galaxy S2, published, why the Galaxy Nexus was not explained successful, despite several attractive specifications.

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